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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 September 1901

!. A Printer Greatly Surprised.; I jvas never so much surprised in my life, as ] ' was with the results of .using Chamberlain's .Pain Balm," says Henry T. Crook, pressman of the Asheville (N.C..U.S.A ) Gazette. "J contracted a severe ease of rheumatism ear}y last winter by. get i ting my feet wet. I tried several things for it with ' "out benefit. One day whilelooking over the Gazette, I noticed that Pain 3alm was positively guaranteed to euro rheumatism, bo bought a bottle of it and before usins; two thirds of it niy rheumatism had tuken flight and I have not hnd a rheumatic pain ;1 .since." Sold by D. Morgan, Chemist, Bowral.

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Pastoral Outlook. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 September 1901

The Pastoral Outlook. ' The recent rainfall baa done a grentdeal of good to llie orchards aud farms in this dis trict, and gives promise of an early spring— in fiict, the fruit trees are already bursting into bloom. It is to. he hoped that the spraying operations now being carried 011. will be effectual this year in ridding the Jfcrees of those insect pests which last. year caused so much havoc and loss to the orchardists. On one orchard in particular it is estimated that 1200 cases gf apples jrere destroyed through the codlin mQth, and that the saleable apples only numbered about 500 cases. Vegetable crops a?re doing exceedingly well, The frosts in the morn ing have done Blight damage, iand now that that the severity .of the wjnter is giving way to most genial conditions, it is anticipated that crops will give satisfaction.

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A POLISH FOR BROWN BOOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 September 1901

A POLISH FOE BROWN BOOTS. If you want to make a good paliali far brown boots, ipelt together three onuces of beeswax, three ounces of, wliitewax, three ounces of camphor, and half a pint of tur pentine. Use cold.

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Lawn Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 September 1901

Lawn Teaais. , A match will be played to-dny (Wed nesday), on the Glub's Courts in Merrigang street., ivgainst tlie-Miitngpug Lawn Tennis Club, IJowra.l will ba represented by tbe following players :—Miss Jones, Miss Corry, Miss M. Corry, Miss Valentine ; emergency, Miss Duprez ; liev. A. W. Parton, Mr. A, Corry, Mr. H. V. Jones, Mr. T. Cbapuian; ■emergency, Mr. W. Valentine.

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AGRICULTURAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 September 1901

AtiRICIJLTURiL ITEMS. . When Buffering from a severe-fit of cong> r ing, it can be greatly relieved hy taking two teaspoonfuls of slysovine in -a wiueglassfnl of hot milk, aqd uqfc speaking for a lew minutes. \ Braall pieoe of resin, finely powdered j and kept on the toilet table, will prove a great benefactor to those who are troubled with their eye-glasees falling off. Dip the tip of the finger into the resin, and put what adheres to tho fiugers on the side of the nose. It will tlieu be impossible to shake the glasses off. .At'lhe co-opemfc^ve dairy conference fit Albion Park on Thursday it was held that paateuiisatiou did not put an extra vahw on butter. It was also resolved to export all surplus batter to I/oadon at 10J per lb. dar ing September and Qctcber, in order to keep up Sydney prices, and to create a co operative butter council, with a view to maintaining Local priaea during tbe export season; m'»_. One of tbe strangest botanical cariosities in tbe world is .the Wonde...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STRANGE MIGRATING BIRDS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 September 1901

STHANGE MIGRATING BIRDS. Who can express the nervous, delicious tremor the knight of the trigger feells, as the sleek pointer or setter with graceful pose stands half concealed in the long rich grass ,and fern ? Soon t'ljie bird is ' flushed ' and is deftly brought, to bag by the retrjever. But, with much experience 'it so happens that the shooter-gets a bird he does not know, and such was! the case early Monday morning with Mr. Smith, who successfully bagged nine jack snipe and another strange bird. Concluding that the best place for information con cerning it was the " Free Press " office, it was soon submit,ted and was readily pro nounced a Curlew Whelp and which, al though resembling a snipe in build, be longs to the Sandpiper family. The writ er has never known them to come so far inland before; becoming first; acquainted with them on the Hunter River,, about .five miles from the coast. Here they come annually, either driven to take 'shelter in the numerous little bays and cree...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 September 1901

Losing your hair ? Do yon bring out acombful each morning? Has it lost its natural brightness ? Is it beginning to look faded and dead ? , , Do you like this condition of things ? Certainly not . Then-stop this falling of the hair at once. Stop it before your hair if thin, phort, and lifeless. Hake your hair beautiful, glossy, silky, abundant, AVer's Hair Vigor ' Is a Hair Food. When your hair is ^rell nourished it does not co 190 put. 'Tis weak hair, starred hair, that falls. It's just so with thin hair, short hair,' rough hair, Such hair needs feeding. This is why Ayer's Hair Vigor stops falling of the hair. If your hair is gray, and you don't, care to look at thirty as if you were sixty, then yqu phould use Ayer's Hair: Vigor. It always restores co.lor to gray hair, all tho dark, rich, beautiful coiot it had when you were young. Pnparid kj Or. J. C. Aycr Co., Lowell, Ktu.j 5i Ai

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 September 1901

Ha,ve sod miEiJ B,ulherfor<J'a malt bread ? It ia self-digestive, and contains great nutriment. Send for a loaf.* 4 venerable Australian native, Mrs. Phillips of Woolloomooloo, attended the A.N.A. Ball in Sydney $he other evening. She was born in Kent-street 94 years ago. Truly a worthy representative of ^"s^alian womanhood. ■— . ' When stormy wind and wintry blast, Affeet mankind with hacking congb, They think cousumption's coine at last, 'Twill not be long before they're ®ff. Some people .go to mountain heights, And others where the Bkies are bluer; Bat what will soon put them to rights, Is W. E. Woods' Gnt:at Pkppeksiixt Cuke,

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 September 1901

Great Clearing Sale of Drapery. - Great Clearing Sale of Drapery, Great Clearing Sale pf Drapery. ALL, GOODS^> riiK A RARE CHANOI Marked below Cost Prie.e. ' \ For Intending Purchasers, As it js well-known that a Duty of 20 Per? Cent., is going on the New Tariff on AH Drapery. This is a Genuine Clearing-Out Sale. W T. ♦ . MRS. S. A. JONES, PONG BON& STREET, BOWRAL. A Few Reasons WHY^l You should ALWAYS deal •S# AT CHRISTIE'S. You will find the largest assortment of General Drapery, Clothing, and Mercery in the District to select from, and will really get BETTER VALUE FOR YOUR. MONEY than AT ANY OTHER STORE. You cannot go wrong in making yqur Selection, as none but RELI ABLE AND SERVICEABLE GOODS are kept in stock. We keep the stock well assorted 9-tjd up-to-.d^te by constantly purchasing our goods >n small quantities. ' " WE ARE NOW SHOWING AS SPECIAL BARGAINS a £ew Boys* Suits, Kqicker Suits, Men's Suits, Hats, Shirts, & Sox marked at wholesale cost to cl.eaf ...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A DOUBTFUL GENDER. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 September 1901

A DOUBTFUIi GENDER. " Be Lacy Evans," who was the subject of considerable notoriety about 1879 or 1880 as the " man-woman," died at the Immij grant's Home in Melbourne last Sunday "at the age of 63. For many. years she mas? qaeraded as a man, first working as a. saw yer in the country, and thou as a miner in the Great Southern ancj other mines at Ben-, digo, toiling alongside the best of miners, and doing her full share of work ia such a manner that her sex was never suspected, " De Lacy Evans" for years lived witli another woman, who passed as the man woman's wife," and who bore children. Gwin<? to an accident in the mine, the pre tended man developed symptoms of mental trouble, and it was when under medical examination at tbe Bendigo hospital that the sex of the patient was discovered. She was committed to a lunatic asylum, and subsequently discharged. Iu 1881 shq became an iomnte of the Immigrants' ' Homo, where she resided until her deatb;

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GARDEN AND FIELD CALENDAR FOR AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 September 1901

GARDEN AND FIE^D CALENDAR FOR AUGUST. Bz A. Lmwbdowne, Goulburn. Tbo very sovere winter haa stopped growth, bat during August there should be a little improvement. Many orops should he got in at onoe. Ab potatoes will be very dear, it will pay to put in a few early, and cover them from frosts. Further severe weather may be expected, cold winds, frost, snow, nnd ruin. Get all heavy work over, aad give plenty ot manure to all crops and fruit bearing trees, and let all land be broken up deeply to enable it to re tain moisture. Kitchen Garden.. — Sow parsnips, parrots, beet, onions, cabbage, peas, broad heap?, lettuce, raddish, leek, &o. Some turnips may bo tried. Plant out aBparagus and rhubarb roots and drees beds. To-1 njatoes may be sown in boxes. Fiold.—Sow peas, onions, cabbage, early potatoes,; grass seedB, mangels, and prepare land for swedes, &a. Orchard.—Finish pruning, planting young trees, draining, trenching, and manuring. Bo careful to plant young clean hea...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRESERVATION OF EGGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 September 1901

PRESERVATION OF EGGS. Vr-; Experiments have recently been made in Germany on the comparative excellence of different prescriptions for preserving eggs for long periods. Fresh eggs laid in Jane were subjected to the various treatments till the following February—eight months. Of 100 eggs treated in eg.cb manner a certain number were found to be addled. Preserv ed in salt water, 100 bad; bathed in a mix ture of glycerine and salicylic aoid, 80 bad ; wrapped in paper, 80 bad; rubbed with suit, 70 bad; covered with parafine, 70 bad; plunged for fifteen seconds in boiling water, 50 bud ; plunged in alum solution, 50 bad ; plunged in salicylic aoid solution, 50 bad ; varnished with silicate of potash, 40 bad ; varnished with collodion, 40 bad ; covered with lard, 20 bad ; preserved in wood ashes, 20 bad; covered with vaseline, 0 bad; pre served in lime water, 0 bad; preserved in a solution of silioale of potash, 0 bad ;

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FARM and DAIRY. AUSTSALIAN FRUIT EXPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 September 1901

AUSTSAJjJAN FRUIT EXPORT. Mr, F. M. Garcia, of Afessrs. Garoia, Jacobs and Co, fruit merchants, of Govent Garden, in a recent joteiview with a repre sentative of jbbfi "British Australasian," stated that. the frait arrivals >n London dar ing the past season from Tasmania bad been on aiguofr more extensive scale than for many years past, totalling 810,000 to 290,000 cases, this being in addition to some I 40,000 to 5.0,000 cases from Australia. As apples had been more abundant, prices bad been lowered, in addition to which, for some unexplained reason, the Tasmanian apples bad arrived throughout tbe season in 9 very unsatisfactory condition. Tbe reports on tbe other side stated that the fruit was ex ceptionally fine when shipped, but on ar rival bere quite 40 per cent, of the apples showed black spots under tbe skin. In Eng land and America dnring wet seasons the same thing occurred, and this was .the only reason that couldbe given for the presence of the defect. Qn tbe other band...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A WASHING HINT. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 September 1901

A WASHING HINT. A little pipaolay dissolved in the water employed for washing cleans tl e dirtiest linen thoroughly, and witb a grrpt eayiug of Boap and labour. The clothes will be as much improved in colour as if they had been bleached in the ordiuary maimer.

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A BITLESS BRIDLE. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 September 1901

A BITLESS BRIDLE. A sample of an entirely new departure in bridles has been received from America, the novel feature of which consists in tl)e absence of the bit, which has hitherto been regarded a3 an essential in a bridle. There is a light metal frame, which fits over, and presaaa against the horse's nose. It may easily be adopted to suit any horse. It is claimed that this bridle is humane, in that it does away with all the troubles arising from the use of the b}t, and that witji ifc the lpost headstrong horse can ba be restrained.

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A RECIPE FOR SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 September 1901

A RECIPE FOR SUCCESS. An American paper offers a £10 prise for ih<! best " recipo fqr success," and among Hi'' novel replies received publishes t)ie fol lowing:— Thb here's the way I'vo prospered ; this iR how I've struck Throughout tho whule qf my farcer jo«t ono long s-troak of luck. jnteiHiscaae. young rflqn, nil. I reason an1 1'i'Hpo'— 'Cia joat intollijunco at?' Vrijins nti' strnighout jraellco'. Wen Tgit I allies pot ray right foot bo.ot on Or put my rout on wrong side out, or liev ttiy vest rovorfpd. for thnm nro aigng you'll h^ve good luck ; an o.ld icut od man JCnovvg all tlipm things an shape? his Ufa on a {son cistcut plan. X scr.tter lior.io shoos down tho road for gorpethin' lilt* a mile, i nil no to pick 'em op again every little while ; fur it you find a horflenhoo you're euro to prosper Ibeti; ) ' Why, tbut'ri a fact familyer to eddioated men. in1 bo I've pro/perod all my life by jest a little pniti", ' Ir.tul'ijinice, young man, that's all, an1 inteHeo' a...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EXPULSION OF THE DEVIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 September 1901

I EXPULSION OP -THE DEVIL. There was great uproar in the Chinese Gamp at Ballarat East (Vic.), on Thursday night, in connection with the expulsion of f( the devil1' from the hamlet. Several strongholds oooupied by his Batauio majesty were bombarded by abont 200 Celestial warriors, armed with bamboos, frying pans, and bludgeons, but it was not until daylight that the Mongolians believed .they had put the evil spirit to flight. 4 returned' South African soldier living close by -who was aroused from his slumbers.by the yells • and noise of the gongs, stated that the fusil? ade attendant on the relief of Mafelting was not as uproarious as the Chinese ceremony.

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE DUCHESS OF FIFE'S UNBIDDEN GUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 September 1901

THE DUCHESS OF FIFE'S UNB|DDEff : guest*.'" / Simplicity, and kindliness of nature are tha ;ulii% characteristics of the Duchess of Fife and "<i-r^hu3bitnd. "M. A.E." tells a good story dlvatrntive of this. A young man, invited to q aa in Porfcman-square, omitted to put his of invitation into his pocket, and vaguely juH'tnbeviiiK that tlie house to which he -had oson invited was one of the teens, bade hi3 cab w.iu drive to fifteen. When the cab drow up tho young mari, noticing nothing, rang the door bell, and a man servant ushered him in, took his hat and Btick, and invited him up stairg.' uuving given his name, the do.or was thrown ;>en, and ho walked into the Dutchess of Fife's ingroom, at the further end of which were • u :d around a tea,table Queen Alexandra (then 1 ' .kiss of Wales), the Duchess and her two, H<> lias said since that it was a most uncom fortable moment, but the Duchess came forward, he humbly, protesting his wish to go away, and insis...

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR NEW GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 September 1901

OUR NEW GOVERNOR. Loudon, August 81.—The " Daily Chron? icle " nava it ia extremely probable that Sir Joseph West Bidgewuy, Governor of Oeylon, will be appointed Governor of Uew So\jth Wales. ....

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HORRIBLE DISFIGUREMENT OF CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Bowral and Robertson Free Press — 4 September 1901

HORRIBLE DISFIGUREMENT OF ' CHILDREN. A fresh case of the horrible trade in arti ficially disfiguring children, eo rife in South Ruei>ia, has come to. light. Two beggars have been arrested at the village o£ '.'.latusott, iu t)io I£iev government. They were accompanied by two. little boys, who, eleven years ago were stolen from theitf parents. One of them had h.is tongue cn.t out and both eyes destroyed. The other's arms aud logs, were fantastically ."viateel, with the object ol exciting the pity >f ulraygivers. A third child died during ' :he process. The purveyors of such artifice 11! m-ipples, it is atatod, receive several huu roubles apioce.

Publication Title: Bowral And Robertson Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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